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Best Audioproduction podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
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Updated March 2020
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Working Class Audio goes beyond typical interview podcasts and asks practical questions, everything from business practices to financial advice to finding the right work/life balance. If you’re looking for info on what it’s really like working in the pro audio industry, Working Class Audio is the podcast for you. WCA doesn’t just concentrate on the elite of the recording world but instead interviews a combination of known and unknown engineers.
 
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Carlos Novais is a sound engineer, tour manager and production manager. He was born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil and came to the United States in 1999. He has worked with Candlebox, The Plain White T's, Vonda Shepard, Survivor, Amos Lee, Andrew Bird, Sugarland, Keb’ Mo’, Thin Lizzy, The Answer, Ace Frehley, Airto Moreira & Flora Purim, among oth…
 
Katie McMurran is a sound engineer with over 10 years of experience recording, editing, mixing and mastering audio for public radio and podcasts. She has also provided sound design and original music for theater, film, corporate conferences and art installations. In this episode, we discuss: NPR KQED Podcasts Interviewing for radio gigs CODECS Stay…
 
Maya Finlay is an audio engineer, producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in San Francisco, CA. In this episode, we discuss: SFJAZZ Mentors VO Work Live Sound Dolby Labs Rosanne Cash Work/Life Balance Being an Introvert Meditation Finances City Cabs Passion for Music Client Diplomacy Links and Show Notes: Maya's Linkedin Profile: https…
 
Alberto Hernandez is a San Francisco Bay Area-based audio engineer, music mixer, and music producer. In this episode, we discuss: Fantasy Studios Languages Health Insurance Planning for Sessions Budget Rejection Serving the Clients Mistakes Business advice Worth to your Work Retirement Links and Show Notes: Alberto's Site: https://www.albertohernan…
 
Dusty Wakeman is a bass player, producer, engineer and currently the President of Mojave Audio. In this episode, we discuss: Mad Dog Studios Texas Roots Playing bass Running a studio Hard Drives and Hammers Mojave Audio David Royer Viral Meningitis Coronavirus Hot Yoga Dwight Yokam Links and Show Notes: Mojave Audio: https://mojaveaudio.com/ Peter …
 
Dereck Blackburn is a consultant, recording engineer/producer, and multi-instrumentalist in Bedford, Massachusetts. You can read more about Dereck at http://quiethouserecording.com/ . In this episode, we discuss: MIT Audio Builders Workshop Building Quiethouse Recording Not working too many hours Productivity Tools Dual Electrical Systems Energy Bi…
 
Lij Shaw is the host of the podcast Recording Studio Rockstars, producer/engineer and the force behind Save Home Studios. In this episode, we discuss: Saving Home Studios Podcasts Creating Paid Content Nashville Growth The Hay Bale Studio. Links and Show Notes: Lij's site to save home studios: http://www.savehomestudios.com/ Petition:: https://bit.…
 
Frank Joly is a live and studio engineer from Canada. In this episode, we discuss: Touring Live Sound Simple Plan Songs Government Funded Recording Learning English Selling Gear to Retire Bob Rock Family Grocery Store Links and Show Notes: Franks Instagram: @frank_joly Simple Plan: https://simpleplan.com/ Great Coffee Shop! https://brotcoffee.com/ …
 
Stephen Marsh is a Los Angeles based mastering engineer who has been active for 25 years. In this episode, we discuss: Stephen's journey as a mastering engineer Home studios Knowing your value Financial philosophy Providing maximum value Discussing money with clients Links and Show Notes: Tools of Titans: https://amzn.to/30Vs5Ob Miles Davis & Bill …
 
NAMM 2020 took place over January 16th-19th. The show was well attended and I had loads of fun. In this episode I'm joined by mastering engineer Kim Rosen of Knack Mastering, drummer Emily Dolan Davies of emilydrums.com as well as mastering engineer Pete Lyman of Infrasonic Sound. Short interviews talking about NAMM and a NAMM wrap up by me! Enjoy,…
 
Alex Oana, is the creator and co-founder of Audio Test Kitchen. Alex started out as a musician, became a recording engineer and producer, got into pro audio sales and marketing, and designs and develops products. In this episode, we discuss: Imposter Syndrome Science Experiments Spinach Exercise Motivation Failure Audio Test Kitchen Links and Show …
 
WCA #264 with Justin Perkins - Diversification, Diet, Commercial Space Benefits, Keeping Clients Happy, Teaching Audio, Disengaging from Audio Forums, and Mastering Therapy. Justin Perkins is a mastering engineer located in Milwaukie, Wisconsin. In this episode, we discuss: Diversification Diet One gig leading to another Commercial space benefits K…
 
Jacob Sciba is a producer/engineer/mixer based out of Austin, Texas. In this episode, we discuss: Music Store Influence Microphone Obsession 99 Cent Pizzas Studying Business Low Overhead The IRS Fear of an Empty Calendar Game Planning Pre Production of life Mailbox Money Links and Show Notes: Music Pro Insurance: https://www.musicproinsurance.com/ …
 
Jordan Richter is a producer/engineer who, after 25 years of making records, has decided to move full time into coding. In this episode, we discuss: Nashville Portland Burnout Recording for joy Scarcity Being a business person Going broke Jackpot Studios Keep audio fresh Identity Links and Show Notes: Jordan's Site: http://www.therealjordanrichter.…
 
Dave Gardner grew up in Pittsburgh, became an adult in Minneapolis, and lives in Northeast Los Angeles. He is the Chief Mastering Engineer at Infrasonic Los Angeles and a long time fan of loud sounds. His mastering and producing credits include Sun Ra, Rocket From the Crypt, Les Paul, Louis Armstrong, Germs, Portugal. The Man, Earl Hines, Bassnecta…
 
Ben Bernstein is a producer, engineer, and mixer based out of Oakland, California. This is Ben's second appearance since first appearing on WCA #055 ( https://bit.ly/2E2ND0o ). More on Ben : https://www.benbernsteinmusic.com/ In this episode we discuss: Live sound Diversification Getting credit The role of social media Saying yes Being prepared Liv…
 
Lenise Bent is an American audio engineer who has worked in both the music and film industry. She was one of a handful of women working in the Hollywood recording studio business in a technical role during the 1970s, and was the first woman to receive an RIAA Platinum album for her engineering of AutoAmerican by Blondie. In this episode we discuss:…
 
Jason Livermore is a producer/engineer/drummer and co-owner of the Blasting Room Studios located in Fort Collins, Colorado. For more info on Jason visit: https://theblastingroom.com/ In this episode we discuss: Selling Beer Fort Collins Studio Ownership Partnerships Gear Debt Mentors Production Details Points Cross Fit Legalized marijuana 25 Years …
 
Music Expo San Francisco 2019 took place at the SAE institute in Emeryville, California on November 9th and 10th. It featured a wide array of panels and discussions. The Producers and Engineers panel was the Keynote panel held on the 10th. Enjoy. -Matt For more info on Music Expo: https://musicexpo.co/ In this episode we discuss: Producing Points S…
 
Scott Evans is an engineer and mixer based in Oakland, California. This is Scott's second appearance on WCA. His first appearance was Episode #010 in 2015. We met at his studio for a great discussion and follow up to our first interview. For more info on Scott visit: http://antisleep.com/ In this episode we discuss: Quitting his day job Traveling t…
 
Steven Gillis is a drummer producer/engineer and mixer working out of Transient Sound, his studio in Chicago that he shares with studio partner Vijay Tellis-Nayak. For more info on Steven visit: https://www.transientsound.com/ In this episode we discuss: Chicago Winters Studio Partnerships Chuck Berry HVAC Systems SSL Myths The last studio he'll ev…
 
Jonah Strauss made his first appearance on WCA #016. Since then he's been through some experiences that have changed his perspective and outlook. He's back with a new studio, new approach and primed to serve a community dear to his heart. For more info on Jonah visit: http://www.survivorsound.com/ In this episode we discuss: DIY attitude The Afterm…
 
Mary Mazurek is a Grammy-nominated recording engineer, artist, educator, speaker, and consultant. She currently works as a producer/engineer at WFMT in Chicago, teaches as an Adjunct professor at DePaul University as well as an instructor at Columbia College and Illinois Institute of Art. For more info on Mary visit: https://www.marymazurek.com/ In…
 
Dave Hillis has spent large amounts of time on both sides of the glass as a guitarist, producer, engineer, mixer and writer. He worked alongside famed producer Rick Parasher for several years in Seattle and was the engineer on Pearl Jam's breakthrough album "10". For more info on Dave visit: https://davehillismusic.com/ In this episode we discuss:B…
 
Piper Payne is a mastering engineer who has been a guest on WCA before (See WCA #045). She has been through some business experiences and changes since we last spoke and now has set up a homebase in Nashville but also continues to spend time in Oakland where she still has a facility. She joins me for a discussion of those changes and opportunities …
 
Vance Powell is an old friend to Working Class Audio. His first appearance was on episode #007 almost 5 years ago. Vance is a 6 time Grammy Award-winning record producer, engineer, and mixer and has worked with Chris Stapleton, Jack White, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, The White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys, Wolfmother,…
 
Jeff Kolhede is a Grammy-nominated producer, composer, engineer, and musician. He is currently a staff engineer at 25th Street Recording and is also a house producer, engineer, and mentor at Zoo Labs both located in Oakland, California. Jeff can be heard on film, television, advertisements, and artist projects, including the trailer music for the m…
 
Eyal Levi is a critically acclaimed educator, musician, producer, former guitarist and primary songwriter for the band Daath, as well as a co-founder of URM (Unstoppable Recording Machine) Academy, an online education platform for producers with thousands of students from across the globe. In the studio, he has worked with such artists including Th…
 
Justin Colletti is a mastering engineer, and the author of hundreds of articles on the art, science, and business of music and sound. He acts as director of content and publishing for SonicScoop and has written for outlets including Tape Op, The Deli Magazine, Trust Me I’m a Scientist and many more. In 2019, he began the weekly SonicScoop Podcast, …
 
Eric Fredricey started with hand me down cassette decks and mixers, progressed to a broadcast internship in Junior High, worked at a tv station right out of high school and is now chief engineer at KCSB-FM college radio in his hometown. In this episode we discuss,The World of Broadcast.Running with the clock.Getting yelled at.Tailoring your resume.…
 
Steve Chadie started interning for Willie Nelson's studio in 1995. 24 years later armed with a host of high profile clients, awards and experiences Steve still has the same enthusiasm he did when he started and a desire to lend a helping hand, gear or advice to upcoming young engineers that he collaborates with. In this episode we discuss,Working w…
 
Paul Drew is a producer, engineer, mixer, session guitarist, and member of Production Expert. He's also the D in DWB Music Ltd and DWB MIXING. His experience is diversified and has served him well. Paul walks us through the details of all of it and tells us about his new venture The Studio Rats. In this episode we discussThe Asian music market.The …
 
Patrick Meza is a Mix Tech at Warner Brothers. He is a prime example of how perseverance can open doors and shape your career. While still at the early stages of that career, Patrick has worked at some amazing places including Somatone Interactive, Disney, Pandora, and Skywalker Sound. In this episode we discussThe power of connecting over LinkedIn…
 
Brian David Hood is a producer/engineer, studio owner, and entrepreneur. Brian takes us through his journey, from playing drums on tour, opening a studio in his parent's basement, hitting a major low point that spurred him on to better opportunities, creating a video course and a podcast and his entrepreneurial ventures. In this episode, you’ll dis…
 
Working Class Audio #241 with Dan Shike!!! Dan Shike started college at the University of Evansville and considered a major in physics with intention of a career in acoustics and speaker design – that is, until he heard of the Recording Industry program at Middle Tennessee State University. Within a week of learning of this “recording industry” and…
 
Working Class Audio #240 with Sebastian Visconti!!! Sebastian Visconti boarded a plane In 1989 in his hometown of Philadelphia to attend his sister's wedding in Los Angeles, and he never returned. He was a young drummer with rock and roll dreams. He spent his early years playing and touring with local bands while supporting himself waiting tables a…
 
Damien Rasmussen is a producer, engineer, and mixer located in San Francisco. He got his start in audio in 1983 as a college radio DJ on KDVS at UC Davis. He was schooled in the ways of the studio from John Barsotti at San Francisco State University and really cut his teeth at Dave Bryson's (Counting Crows) Dancing Dog Studio in Emeryville, Califor…
 
Clint Bennett lives in Los Angeles, CA and works in the film & television industry as a music editor. He’s recently worked on such films as Blade Runner 2049, Arrival, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Kong: Skull Island, Widows, Bad Times at the El Royale, New Girl & The Cabin In The Woods. He began his professional career in the 90’s San Francisco …
 
Working Class Audio #237 with Kieron Menzies!!! Kieron Menzies is a mixer, producer, and engineer based in Los Angeles. He was born in Toronto to a Trinidadian-Canadian family who eventually relocated to California. This is where Kieron became engulfed in music and began to pursue a career in recording and production. Over the years, Kieron has bee…
 
Working Class Audio #236 with Cameron Webb!!! Cameron Webb is a producer, engineer, and mixer who has worked with many artists most notably Motörhead, Sum 41, NOFX, Megadeth & Limp Bizkit. In 2004, he won a Grammy for his work on Kelly Clarkson’s album “Breakaway”. Cameron has been Motörhead’s producer and mixing engineer for over 12 years, since p…
 
Working Class Audio #235 with Dave Nelson!!! Dave Nelson’s career spans over twenty years in the film, sound and recording industry. As a composer, sound designer and re-recording mixer, his work involves an interesting mix of documentaries, features, shorts as well as albums, some of which have been nominated for Academy, Emmy and Grammy Awards. A…
 
Working Class Audio #234 with Eric Kuehnl!!! Eric Kuehnl is a composer, sound designer, and educator. He is the Co-Director of the Music Technology Program at Foothill College, the Director of Partner Programs for Next Point Training, and also teaches at Pyramind in San Francisco. Previously, Eric was an Audio Training Strategist in the Avid Educat…
 
Working Class Audio #233 with Beau Sorenson!!! Beau Sorenson is a freelance audio professional (producer/mixer/ engineer) based in California. He also writes, records, and remixes music as Beaunoise. As producer/engineer, He's worked on multiple albums for Death Cab for Cutie, Bob Mould, and Superchunk, as well as albums for Tune-yards, Thao and th…
 
Working Class Audio #232 with Buddy Lee Dobberteen!!! Buddy Lee Dobberteen grew up in a small town in Michigan. He got into playing guitar at a young age and was always fascinated with music but never really pursued it because he was too busy playing sports. He did an electrical internship all through school and after graduation began doing side gi…
 
Working Class Audio #231 with Brendan Duffey!!! Brendan Duffey is a 3x Grammy nominated producer/engineer who lives in Davis, California. He has engineered, mixed, mastered and produced some of the largest names in music in Brazil, working with such artist such as Daniela Mercury, Caetano Veloso, Lulu Santos, Kiko Loureiro Angra,50 Cent, The Missio…
 
Working Class Audio #228 with Shani Gandhi!!! Shani Gandhi is a producer, engineer and mixer residing in Nashville, TN. She has engineered for such artists as Dierks Bentley, Kelsea Ballerini, Alison Krauss, The Mountain Goats, Parker Millsap, and Sierra Hull. In 2017, she received a GRAMMY Award as an engineer for Sarah Jarosz’s folk album, Underc…
 
Working Class Audio #227 with Wesley Slover!!! Wesley Slover founded Sono Sanctus in 2011 as a means to freelance in music and sound design. He creates sound design and music for films, ads, apps, games, installations, and hardware with an emphasis on the intersection of sound and music. Some of his client list includes: Dolby, Spotify, Casper, Goo…
 
Working Class Audio #226 with Rachel Field!!! Rachel Field moved to Seattle from California in 2009 and quickly became heavily involved in the PNW recording scene. She has worked in several areas of audio production, and found her passion to be mastering. As Mastering Engineer she works on all genres, and with a wide variety of local and internatio…
 
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